Thursday, December 22, 2011


The inspiration for this quilt came from the stain glass windows we saw on a recent trip to Europe and Britain. There were lots of the beautiful traditional ones to see, but there were also some more modern ones in very bright colours. Ngaire

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Milk Round - Helen

Probably no need to explain the thought process for this quilt. I'm not sure whether the fact that I lived on a dairy farm and an uncle owned a "milk round" business (both a long time ago!) had any influence.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Round and Round the garden.

Hi Kerry,
I made this little quilt with a suffolk puff feature because they are 'round'.
Round when you cut them out and round when you sew them up.
I really like them because they are so versatile.
Enjoy your new house and fill it with quilts.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Four Phases of The Moon- Kerry Glen

Kay ,I do hope you received your little quilt.I spent time thinking about time and came to the conclusion the basics of time is the measurement and that is determined by night and day and the passing of. The cycle of the moon is very relevent to the passing of time.  Can somebody work out how to place this in the correct space.?

Christmas has come AROUND again

For Kerry,
This was a difficult subject [for me] Then I kept seeing all the Christmas decorations in the stores - and everywhere else. So I am always stirred by the bright shiny colours - so here are some for you Kerry. Hope you enjoy.
I must say I am really enjoying this challenge group [albeit, I always seem to be late with my submissions etc.]

OK now for the next challenge how about - 'FLORA' - this should make it easy for you girls over the holiday break
cheers Lorraine